2009 Research Symposium

A yearly event at the ASHA Convention is the Research Symposium, where current, theme-focused research is presented by experts.

Symposium Topic

Neural Regeneration and Communication Processes

Proceedings of the 2009 Research Symposium

Papers from the 2009 Symposium are published in the Journal of Communication Disorders, Volume 43, Issue 4, 2010. Links to full-text versions that are freely available in PubMed Central are provided below. Otherwise, links to the PubMed abstracts are provided.

Author(s) Title Pages
Barkmeier-Kraemer, J. M., and Ryals, B. M. Preface to the 19th annual ASHA-NIH-NIDCD Research Symposium: Neural regeneration and communication processes (abstract) 261–264
Ciucci, M. R., Vinney, L., Wahoske, E. J., and Connor, N. P. A translational approach to vocalization deficits and neural recovery after behavioral treatment in Parkinson disease 319–326
Gordon, T., and Gordon, K. Nerve regeneration in the peripheral nervous system versus the central nervous system and the relevance to speech and hearing after nerve injuries (abstract) 274–285
Gordon, T. The physiology of neural injury and regeneration: The role of neurotrophic factors (abstract) 265–273
Oshima, K., Suchert, S., Blevins, N. H., and Heller, S. Curing hearing loss: Patient expectations, health care practitioners, and basic science 311–318
Plowman, E. K., and Kleim, J. A. Motor cortex reorganization across the life span (abstract) 286–294
Shibata, S. B., and Raphael, Y. Future approaches for inner ear protection and repair 295–310
Van Daele, D. J. Quantitative PCR analysis of laryngeal muscle fiber types (abstract) 327–334

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